can i play videogames for a living?

If i can what are the requirements By the way im really good playing videogames And how mutch will i be making?

Asked By: - 2/28/2012
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Game tester A game tester is a member of a development team who performs game testing. Roles The organization of staff differs between organizations; a typical company may employ the following roles associated with testing disciplines: Game producers are responsible for setting testing deadlines in coordination with... More
Answered By: Asuka Matsuo - 2/28/2012
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video game designer or tester go to college
Answered By: Topher - 2/28/2012
video game tester or video game rater, you need either uni or tafe
Answered By: Roxanne B - 2/28/2012
1) You have to be EXTREMELY good. "Really good" isn't going to cut it. 2) Games you play MUST be very popular, and have tournaments for them. 3) Move to South Korea and join a pro team. They play videogames in pro leagues in South Korea
Answered By: zeusodinra - 2/28/2012
you can work as a bug/glitch/exploit finder. they play video games to find bug/glitches/exploits. you dont need college. companies like activision let their emploies get a free copy of the game they test and they sell them other games they didn't test for $10... More
Answered By: Luis - 2/28/2012
Yes, you can. There are two ways i can think of that you can play video games and get paid to do so are; go get a job as a video game tester or something related to the category, or (this is really hard, but still a way) get sponsored at a game you're good at and play competitively against other teams and win big $ if... More
Answered By: Will - 2/28/2012
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